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Hope & May - Data protection law

Your organisation can appoint Hope & May as your GDPR Data Protection Officer (DPO), as a cost-effective, independent alternative to an in-house post, with discounts for NCVO members.

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Hope & May can support and protect your organisation whilst creating a positive culture
toward the protection of personal information.

NCVO Member offer

NCVO members can access a 10% discount on
Hope & May services.

Service offered

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As your DPO, Hope & May will support your organisation in the following;

  • Monitoring and developing your policies
  • Delivering daily updates concerning case law and opinion (worldwide as required)
  • Overseeing impact assessments and making recommendations
  • Regular compliance auditing
  • Reporting on relevant changes to the law and assist in their implementation
  • Delivering specific in-house training to those that require it
  • Acting as the point of contact with the ICO
  • Managing breach reporting on behalf of your organisation
  • Acting as the point of contact with the public, service users, volunteers and supporters
  • Access to the Hope & May telephone helpline
  • Access to the Hope and May DPIA templates

Hope & May carry comprehensive DPO indemnity insurance.

About Hope & May

The Hope & May DPO service can rapidly improve your compliance with Data Protection law. Further to an initial audit, Hope & May develop and enhance your policies, make on-going recommendations and assist with understanding and measuring risk. The Hope & May DPO service supports your organisation 7 days a week.

The Hope & May team is a blend of data protection lawyers and practitioners, all with proven experience in the UK, Europe and Internationally.

Hope & May work exclusively with charities and understand the challenges of complying with the law whilst also maintaining operational performance. Their well tested, pragmatic approach achieves both.

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